Holidays in 2021 – Croatia, Greece, Italy. What do you need to know when crossing the border?

In the case of Croatia, children under 12 traveling with their parents or guardians are exempt from the tests. The latter must meet requirements such as submitting a negative antigen test result (not older than 48 hours ago) or PCR (performed no earlier than 72 hours before arrival). In lieu of the test, you can provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (14 days from the second dose) or a test confirming the presence of infection within 180 to 11 days before the scheduled admission.

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Holiday in Greece. Who has to show the results of a corona test?

It is not necessary to show a child test for children under 5 years old when traveling to Greece. Older children follow the same rules as adults. Tourists must provide a negative PCR test result no earlier than 72 hours prior to arrival. It is exempt from completing the full course of vaccination against COVID-19 (14 days must have elapsed after the last dose has been administered) or a certificate confirming that the infection is over (from 9 to 2 months before arrival).

Departure to Spain. Are children exempt from the corona test?

Tourists going to Spain must present a negative result of the antigen test or PCR no earlier than 72 hours. before arrival. Children under the age of 6 are exempt from this obligation. According to the Spanish government’s announcement, from Monday, people who have taken the second dose of the vaccine at least two weeks earlier will be able to enter without having to present the test.

Holidays in Italy, Portugal and Cyprus. What are the rules to enter the country?

When crossing the Italian border, you must show a negative result of the antigen test or PCR before 48 hours. This does not apply to children under 2 years of age.

Similar rules apply to travel to Portugal. Also in this country it is not necessary to perform the test for children under 2 years. The other participants must submit the results of the test performed no earlier than 72 hours before the flight.

Children up to the age of 12 are exempt from the requirement to submit test results when traveling to Cyprus. Other people must show a negative result of the PCR test performed within 72 hours. before travel or a document confirming receipt of vaccinations.

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Bulgaria, Turkey, Egypt, Montenegro – what are the entry rules?

In Bulgaria, the test is not required for children under 5 years of age. Other travelers must present a negative result of the antigen test (maximum 48 hours ago) or PCR (not older than 72 hours) upon entry. Instead of the test, you can provide proof of vaccination (the second dose must be at least two weeks before entry) or a certificate of infection.

When flying to Malta, tourists from Poland are still required to present a negative PCR test result at the airport that is not older than 72 hours ago. Not applicable to children under 5 years old.

Upon entry into Turkey, you must present a negative PCR test result, performed no earlier than 72 hours. before the journey begins. Children up to the age of 6 are exempt from this obligation.

Tourists going to Egypt must meet the same criteria. Children up to the age of 6 are also allowed to travel to this country without a test.

Montenegro does not require coronavirus testing for children under the age of 5. The remaining travelers must present a negative test result (PCR or antigen), proof of vaccination or a test confirming the production of antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, not older than 30 days.

Albania and North Macedonia are one of the few countries in the world that Polish citizens can enter without having to present the test result.

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Travels through the European Union. The EU Covid Certificate must be operational from 1 July

According to the European Commission’s recommendations on the gradual easing of travel restrictions, announced on Monday, May 31, minors accompanying parents should be released from quarantine if their guardians do not have to pass through. The EC also recommends not making travel-related testing mandatory for children under the age of 6.

From July 1, the EU Covid certificate will be in effect in all countries of the European Union, which will make traveling around Europe easier. The certificate, in electronic or paper form, will contain a QR code confirming the COVID-19 vaccination, the coronavirus test result or the presence of an infection. Poland is one of seven EU countries that already issue and honor this certificate.

authors: adj/mars (PAP)

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